There is some ambiguity and a lack of clear direction on how to create a new encryption key. This can be cleared up by updating the help text for the 'ce+' command.
Adds a with the provided to your list of stored encryption keys. Keys must be 64 characters in length and composed of A-Za-z0-9+/ and no characters can be repeated. You'll generally use this when someone else gives you a key they have generated. Using this command incurs a cost which goes up for each additional key you add.
(append the following to the end) Using this command WITHOUT a value will generate a new key. Generating a new key will incur a 1000 chy charge.
It also might make sense to move the following text so that follows directly after the 'ce+' command and before the 'ce-' command
After you generate a key, you'll most likely want to share that key with others. Your keyname/key pairs are displayed when you type 'chelp'. Share the keyname and key with your associates through alternative means (cell, radio, mail, in-person) and they can then add them via the 'ce+' command. SENDING YOUR KEY TO SOMEONE OVER THE SIC WILL RESULT IN THE INABILITY TO UNDERSTAND EACH OTHER.